Some ad hoc staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Saturday protested the non-sharing of money allegedly gifted by a politician.
The ad hoc staff who are mostly corps members deployed for the Governorship and state assembly elections protested at the Registration Area Centre (RAC) at Ikosi Senior High School, Ikosi Ketu, in Kosofe local government area.
According to Premium Times, the money was allegedly given to them by the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.
The protest which they tagged ‘no money, no work’ was targeted at compelling the INEC staff to pay them before they leave for their polling units.
According to a presiding officer, the money was brought in on Saturday but they refused to share it among the staff.
However, the ad-hoc staff turned down the offer and demanded that they should be paid N40,000 while some of them said N20,000.
“Ogudu collected N10,000 but that’s Ogudu, this is Ikosi, no money, no work,” a presiding officer said while addressing his colleagues.
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